In Northwest Arkansas, a 13,000-square-foot private residence replicates a Scottish castle. Dromborg Castle was designed in various architectural styles: In some areas, the home looks 500 years old; in some, it appears to be 300 years old, and 100 years old in others. Visitors may have a hard time guessing the home was actually completed in 2008. A team of 12 to 24 masons was on site for almost three years. They built the home with 4 million pounds of stone, and used another million pounds in the landscaping. The stone was collected from an 800-acre area just south of the site.Entering Dromborg Castle is like stepping into the past. The interior has exquisite details, including hand-carved moldings, fluted columns, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and antique lighting. The master suite has appointments suitable for a lord and lady of the manor, complete with two dressing rooms, Tudor arches, marble tubs, and a sitting room. A chapel, men’s lounge, map room and wine cellar help complete the illusion.
The sale price for the Drombord Castle is $14,300,000 and listed by Portfolio Luxury Real Estate Redefined.